Laurie Padman mostly deals with Ice shelf, Oceanography, Ice stream, Climatology and Ice sheet. Laurie Padman interconnects Current meter, Antarctic sea ice, Sea ice thickness and Geodesy in the investigation of issues within Ice shelf. As a member of one scientific family, she mostly works in the field of Antarctic sea ice, focusing on Antarctic ice sheet and, on occasion, Stamukha.
Her Sea ice, Arctic and Mixed layer study in the realm of Oceanography interacts with subjects such as Surface layer and Plateau. As part of one scientific family, she deals mainly with the area of Ice stream, narrowing it down to issues related to the Altimeter, and often Subglacial stream. The various areas that she examines in her Climatology study include Tide gauge, Benthic zone and Bathymetry.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ice shelf, Oceanography, Sea ice, Climatology and Arctic. Her Ice shelf study combines topics in areas such as Ice stream, Sea ice thickness, Ice sheet, Altimeter and Antarctic sea ice. Her work deals with themes such as Antarctic ice sheet and Geomorphology, which intersect with Ice stream.
Her Oceanography study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Heat flux. Her Arctic ice pack study in the realm of Sea ice connects with subjects such as Environmental science. Her study looks at the intersection of Climatology and topics like Ice cloud with Quaternary.
Her primary scientific interests are in Ice shelf, Oceanography, Arctic, Atmospheric sciences and Sea ice. Her Ice shelf research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Glacier, Meltwater, Geomorphology, Ice sheet and Antarctic ice sheet. Much of her study explores Oceanography relationship to Eddy.
Her Arctic research includes elements of Climatology, Baroclinity, Continental shelf, Atlas and Ocean dynamics. Her Atmospheric sciences research integrates issues from Altimeter, Satellite radar, Climate change and Convection. Her biological study focuses on Arctic ice pack.
Laurie Padman focuses on Ice shelf, Oceanography, Sea ice, Ice sheet and Atmospheric sciences. Her work carried out in the field of Ice shelf brings together such families of science as Glacier and Antarctic ice sheet. Laurie Padman has included themes like Ocean tide, Physical geography and Greenland ice sheet in her Antarctic ice sheet study.
Her research brings together the fields of Mixed layer and Sea ice. Her Atmospheric sciences research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Lead, Volume, Ice stream and Altimeter, Satellite radar. A component of her Arctic ice pack study involves Arctic and Climatology.
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Antarctic ice-sheet loss driven by basal melting of ice shelves
H. D. Pritchard;S. R. M. Ligtenberg;H. A. Fricker;D. G. Vaughan.
Volume loss from Antarctic ice shelves is accelerating
Fernando S. Paolo;Helen A. Fricker;Laurie Padman.
An Active Subglacial Water System in West Antarctica Mapped from Space
Helen Amanda Fricker;Ted Scambos;Robert Bindschadler;Laurie Padman.
A new tide model for the Antarctic ice shelves and seas
Laurie Padman;Helen A. Fricker;Richard Coleman;Susan Howard.
Annals of Glaciology (2002)
A barotropic inverse tidal model for the Arctic Ocean
L. Padman;S. Erofeeva.
Geophysical Research Letters (2004)
Accuracy assessment of global barotropic ocean tide models
D. Stammer;R. D. Ray;Ole Baltazar Andersen;B. K. Arbic.
Reviews of Geophysics (2014)
Ice-shelf collapse from subsurface warming as a trigger for Heinrich events
Shaun A. Marcott;Peter U. Clark;Laurie Padman;Gary P. Klinkhammer.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2011)
Ice shelf water overflow and bottom water formation in the southern Weddell Sea
Arne Foldvik;Tor Gammelsrød;Svein Østerhus;E. Fahrbach.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2004)
Toward Quantifying the Increasing Role of Oceanic Heat in Sea Ice Loss in the New Arctic
Eddy Carmack;Igor V. Polyakov;Laurie Padman;Ilker Fer.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (2015)
Getting around Antarctica: new high-resolution mappings of the grounded and freely-floating boundaries of the Antarctic ice sheet created for the International Polar Year
Robert Bindschadler;Hyeungu Choi;Amy Wichlacz;Robert George Bingham.
The Cryosphere (2011)
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